Returning to MSO Mobile, it's only available for iPad and Android
smartphones, but not for Android tablets... Maybe they will try to sell
that? Or maybe they don't want Android to compete with Windows 8 Tablets
since there are already more Android devices in the world than Windows
MSO Mobile is only a viewer, as to create a document you need an Office
365 license (which costs 99 euro/dollars per year).
That is not correct.
I haven't verified this personally yet (need to free up some space on my
Android smartphone). But MS claims in the download page that it allows you
to create (Word and Excel) and edit documents (Word, Excel and Powerpoint).
MS also says that it is free for personal use. The only requirement is to
create a free Microsoft account (like Google Docs requires to create a
Have you tested it? Are your findings different from their claims?
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Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: MSO for iPad, big deal or big yawn · Toki
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